Stabler and his new partner go after a possible serial rapist with the help of an unlikely victim from 30 years earlier.

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Olivia Benson (credit only)
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John Munch
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Casey Novak
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Odafin Tutuola
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Dr. George Huang (as B.D. Wong)
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Martin Trenway
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Heather Stark
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Dr. Polk
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Stabler and his new partner go after a possible serial rapist with the help of an unlikely victim from 30 years earlier.

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Donald Cragen: [to Stabler about Beck] I'm hearing her CO in Warrants dumped her.
Elliot Stabler: For what?
Donald Cragen: Being overzealous. Average collars per month for a Warrants detective is eight. She's bringing in 12, 13 perps.
Elliot Stabler: Right, and making everybody else look bad. That's not overzealous. That's talent.
Donald Cragen: Going through the wrong door and roughing up some innocent civilian doesn't show talent. Now, it's only rumor and I don't know the circumstances, but until I find out otherwise, you keep an eye on her.
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"Recall" has great acting performances
12 April 2015 | by See all my reviews

This is one of my all time favorite SVU episodes. Connie Niellson does an outstanding job in her portrayal as Stabler's temporary partner, the "slightly over zealous" Detective Dani Beck. She speaks effortless French (the subtitles are great)in an awesome scene with an elderly alleged victim (Caron). Leslie Caron gives the best performance I've ever seen on SVU. The only reason I don't give this episode a 10 is because Caron's character doesn't make an appearance until halfway through. She deservedly won an Emmy for this role. As a 53 year old male, I rarely shed tears while watching television, but this episode brings them on every time I see it.


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